> >ie. The SQL statement to check for duplicate logins seems to use table and
> >column names hardcoded into RadiusNT rather than picking them from registry
> >settings on startup.
> Oops! I meant to say the SQL statement that does the authentication.
Yes. Currently the statement is dynamically created based on several
different options that you can have enabled. In the future, I plan on
making it a stored procedure.
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